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Thursday, May 2G, 1910.
DAILY AEIZONA SILVER BELT
No ad for less than 25 cents.
HOTEL Adams ilro nt Phoenix. Set of
seven different views showing tho ho.
tel burning. Sent postpaid for 25c.
Tho Nickel Store, Phoenix, Ariz.
WANTED Position by Jnpancso, good
cook. In family or camp. Address
R. S., Box 130G, City.
SITUATION WANTED By Al lady
stenographer. Address Apartment 515,
Astoria Jlotel, .Los Angeles, uu.
Many Other Matters Taken
Up When Court Recon
M4$ wseFfo .a jEff'Srp
$1 TrsaS Bottle Gavesi Free
' Inno better, no safer medicine than Dr. Guertln's
Nerve Syrup, because It acts directly on the
Nerve Centers, There is no case so bad that it
won't, at least, give prompt relief Large size
bottle of 120 doses costs one dollar. Six bottles
for $5 00.
. Try it out and if the first bottle does not help,
' don't do all v e claim, our money will be refund
ed to you.
The Palace Pharmacy in Globe and leading
druggists everywhere sell it with this guarantee.
Your druggist will get it for you from his
wholesaler on request. Don't let him talk sou
Into something else. Remember, it cannot do
you any harm, and if it fails it costs you nothing.
WANTED Men, our froo illustrated
cataloguo explains how wo teach tho
barber trade. Schwnrze .Barber Uol
lege, El Paso, Texas,
WANTED Position as housokcopor by
widow of refinement. Place in wid
ower's family preferred. Address
Widow, caro of Silver Belt.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Inquire of Mrs. M. E. McCarthy, 411
WANTED Miss M. Bledsoe, stenog
rapher, room 33 Trust building, so
licits legal and commercial work.
FOR SALE IIouso numbers throo
for fifty cents. At the Silver Belt
WANTED Ladies to know that tho
Silver Belt has just received a
large invoice of tho latest stylo vis
iting cards in linen finish. $1 por
hundrod at tho Silver Belt office.
FOR SALE Cheap. Two heavy rugs
almost new, 9 x 12, one phonograph,
record caso and fifty records. L. Mc
'Bride, Second and 'Mesquite.
FOR SALE Gontlomon's linen finished
half address cards, $1 per 100, at
the Silyer Belt office.
FOR SALE On0 gentle saddle horse,
also to trade one span heavy work
horses. Inquire Arizona Co-opcrativo
store, 547 North Broad street.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Five
roomed house furnished or unfurnish
ed. Ruth A. Gibbs, 110 E, Oak
FOR SALE Household furniture at a
bargain. Must bo sold immediately.
35G South First street.
FOR SALE Ico box and bed, same as
new. ,SummorhoId, West lilako street.
After a discontinuance of one week,
whilo the territorial supremo court was
in session at Phoonix, tho district court
was resu'med hero yesterday. A few
criminal matters had been pending
sinco tho recent adjournment, were dis
posed of and a number of civil cases
P. E, Pullcn, who was recently found
guilty of grand larceny, after the jury
had previously disagreed, was sen
tenced to ono year and one day in the
territorial penitentiary. Sentence dates
from yesterday and tho prisoner will
bo taken to Florenco at once.
Q, S. Williams, who was indicted with
Pullcn on tho samo charge, and who
was found guilty of petty larceny, was
sentenced to six months in tho county
jail, sentence to dato from May 0.
Both men Wiere charged with the
theft of two suit cases at Winkelman.
Tho attachment suit of J. C. Gatti
and W. II. Parks vs. tho Independence
Development company, which has been
pending for moro than two years, was
dismissed on motion of the plaintiff.
In addition, tho suits of tho Ohio
Pottory & Glass company vs. tho Old
Dominion CpmmnrCial company, land
B. Berwatti vs. tho First National bank,
all old suitsj woro dismissed by con
sent. The dnmago suit of James A. Rico vs.
tho Inspiration Coppor company, was
also dismissed. It ..is understood that
this matter -was settled. out of court.
Tho suit of J. B. Ballard et al. vs.
John Roso ct al., an action to quiet title
to mining property, was dismissed, but
will bo continued on a cross complaint.
Tho injunction suit of Charles T,
Martin and Sarah Martin vs. Quinn
Brothers, an action to securo possession
of tho Martin theater, was continued
until Saturday, for hearing on tho ap
plication for a temporary injunction,
Tho court will probably hear non jury
matters for tho next sovoral days, it
being tho intention to call a now jury
abou't June 11, to hear a number of
civil cases which aro to receive jury
Readers of thlnl
paper should buy a I
bottle from tho I
drug store or write for It
and end their misery.
To neglect Epilepsy is
dangerous. Hundermines ,
the general health, nnd is
a constant menace to
iue ana limb.
The discovery that Fits are purely a nervous
disorder has led to the application of the great
remedy. Dr. Gnertlnrs Nerve Syrnp.
with the happy result that the first few doses
have stopped the attacks in some of the most
distressing cases of Enilensv. Manv nntlent.
have had no more attacks after using the first
Dottioand have testified so under oath. Why
then, go on and suffer with those awful convul
sions and run the risk of a life-endangering fall,
when relief is Wbe had for the asking.
For Epilepsy or falling sickness, St. Vitus
Dance, Insomnia and nervous twitchlngs there
Dr. Guertln's Nerve Syrup
Cut out the coupon, write your name below
and mail to Kalmus Chemical Co , Kalmus
Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. They will furnish
you a $1 bottle free of charge.
Mv druffoiets name and address is
HWra"WrilfJirW7HT.l 'filM W.1'WW.'"mrrit M JnTifg
441 N. BROAD ST.
! Saddle Ilorscs and Rigs for
McBroom & Co. Phone 1221
Bar and Rooming House
Finest line of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
CITY OF GLOBE
FOR SALE Improved ranch of 1G0
acres. Forty acres in cultivation.
Also bunch of cattle and horses. Will
sell with or without stock. Joo R.
Hunter, Young, Arizona.
FOR SALE OR RENT Tho best bus
iness corner in North Globe. Suit
Jtblo for any kind of business. Store
room 24 x 62. Concrete basement
samo. Also yard 200 x 150. Apply
on premises. Mill Williams.
FOR SALE Good rifting pony; safo
for children. Apply 300 East street.
FOR SALE Furniture and carpets. In
quiro 511 South Hill street.
FOR RENT Desirablo offices for rent
on favorablo terms in tho Hamil)
building. Apply to Geo. J. Stoneman,
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Two Housekeeping rooms.
375 Sonth Hill street.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms,
close in. Apply 170 East Bailey.
FOR RENT Furnishod front room
modern. Two blocks from business
center. 442 E. Cedar.
FOR RENT Cheap. Closo in. Two
furnished rooms for light housokeop
ing. Also ono adobe. Apply Har
rison Bros, west end of Cedar street.
FOR RENT Room now occupied by
tho Messenger, in rear of Roddan's
drug store in Miami. Apply to Sil
ver Belt, Globe.
FOR RENT furnished front room,
with bath. Reasonable. 245 North
FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms,
centrally located. 82." South Hill
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Five-room houVo furnished
101 Mesquito street. Inquire at Mc
Kevltt house, North Broad.
FOR RENT Fiv0 room furnished bun
galow; thoroughly modern, gas rango,
electric lights, etc. Apply 300 S.
FOR RENT Four-room furnished
house. Apply A. J. Leonard at Jack
and Al's or tho Lantin House.
FOR RENT Ono five-room modern
dwelling, with bath and electric
lights. Apply at 482 East Cedar
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Gold locket and cnain; mono
gram on locket. Finder leave at Sil
LOST Silver card caso containing
Elk's card. Return to Silver Belt
STRAYED Black mare woighing
about 730 pounds. Branded loft hind
hip P. O. If found, return Globe
Brick & Construction Co.'s yard. Reward.
SAORAMENTO, Cal., May 25.
After holding a mob at bay fcr nine
teen blocks, an unknown bandit shot
himself in the head at noon today af
ter ho had tried to hold up tho grocery
storo of M. S. Williams, at 1630 Elev
When tho man entered tho store,
Williams shouted an alarm. Tho robber
fled and immediately a crowd formed
and hung to his heels. Tho robber fired
threo shots at tho crowd wthout harm,
and was in tu'rn wounded by a charge
of buckshot fired by E. Stadler. When
tho polico finally headed tho robber off
ho turned the rovolvcr on himself.
Nothing on tho body would lead to
identification, though tho coroner is in
vestigating a report that tho bandit is
named Jack Graham, of Visalia.
Charged with Having Killed
His Wife in North Over
Two Weeks Ago
An Apacho Indian, reported to bo
No. 121, but no wbelieved to bo I 21,
who is charged with having murdered
his squaw in Carrizo canyon in tho
northern part of tho county nearly two
weeks ago, has been captured by Dopu
ty Sheriff Bud Armcr, according to ad
vices received at tho sheriff's ofiico
Depu'ty Sheriff Ralph Sturgia left
for tho White River reservation for tho
jfrisoner, immediately upon receipt of
tho news of his captu'ro. Tho Indian
will bo brought back to Globe at onco
and held a prisoner until a formal in
vestigation can bo made of the affair.
According to roports from tho north,
tho Indian shot his squaw whilo drunk
and immediately started for tho Snow
flako district in an effort to evado ar
rest. Bud Armor -was assigned to tho
ease and after tracking the Redskin
for several days, finally surprised and
captuied him a long distance from the
scene of tho murder and escorted him
to White River, whero ho is now held.
A HAPPY FATHER
I? soon turned to a sad ono if ho
has to walk tho floor every night with
a crying baby. McGco's Baby Elixir
will make tho child well, sootho its
nerves, induce healthy, normal slumber.
Best for disordered bowels and sour
stomach all teething babies need it.
Pleasant to take, sine, and safe, con
tains no harmful drugs. Prico 25 and
50 cents per bottle. Sold by Palace
Notice to Claimants
All persons having claims against the CITY OF GLOBE
are hereby notified to present the same to the City Clerk
not later than THURSDAY, MAY 26th, 19.10, as no de
mands presented after that date will be acted upon by
the present Council.
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I ROUTES 7 IB
Arizona Eastern Railroad Co.
Young Peoples' Convention
Salt Lake City, Utah
Tickets on sale May 28th, 29th, 30th, 1910
Limit 60 days
Stop-overs returning, at any point.
Choice of routes returning after July 1st.
Validation of tickets required.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM GLOBE $50.25
Every day, May 1st to Sopt 30th, both Inclusive, seaside excursion
tickets will be on sale, bearing final limit Nov. 30. Stopovers permitted
both ways at all points west of Gila. Some of the principal rates as
San Francisco $58.30
Lake Tahoe 73.20
Los Angeles 943.45
San Diego 47.70
Tickets require 'validation at destination
WEEK-END EXCrORSION RATES FROM GIIiA VALLEY
POINTS TO GERONIMO AND INDIAN HOT SPRINGS, GOING SAT
URDAYS AND SUNDAYS. LIMIT 2 DAYS FROM DATE OF SALE.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
G. A. MAUK, Agent
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k (04DEH ISKASUl I Kl
R. S. STUEBS,
Gen. Pass. Agt., Tucson
Fine china, candies, leather
goods, novelties, tobaccos
G. S. VAN WAGENEN & CO.
We carry the most complete line of
POST CARDS TOILET ARTICLES
in the city
RYAN'S-! Big Store-RYAN'S
Victor Rooming House
N o w 1 y furnishod
lights, baths and phono.
Rooms by Day, Week or
MRS. EVA MUSGRAVE
391 N. Broad St.
Ruby Barber Shop
for your barber work, hot
and cold baths. 'Every
thing first class. Next to
WM.'limii i ' fw a
165 N. Broad St.
Watch Our Advertisement
on Pago Seven
F. L.J TOOMBS, Manager
The Rexall Store
For Sale at
DAY AND NIGHT
BEST MEALS .
103 S. Broad
434 N. Broad
JOE F. MAYER
We buy for
the Best That
Independent .Order of OddFellows, Gila Encampment No. S Meets
second and fourth Fridays. Odd Follows' hall, A. H. Hargrave,
chief patriarch; C. A. Wind, scribe.
Rescue Lodge, No. 12, I. O. O. P. Meets every Wednesday, Odd Fel
lows hall. Barney Johnson, noble grand; E. L. Taylor, financial
Hebekah Lodge, L O. O. F., Sultana Lodge No. 5 Meets second and
fourth Mondays, Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. May PlunkottJ noblo
grand; Mrs. M. K. Wiley, secretary.
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Globe Lodge No. 489 Meets
first and third Fridays, Odd Fellows hall. B. G. Goodwin, E. R.;
J. G. Oldfleld, socretary.
fraternal Order of Eagles, Globe Aerie No. 191 Meets second and
fourth Fridays, Miners Union hall, 7:30 p. xn. A. W. Sydnor,
worthy president; J. A. Piny an, secretary.
Improved Order of Red Men, Tonto Tribe No. 13 Meets Tuesday
night of each week at 7:30 o'clock, Fashion hall.' L. S. Parker,
sachem; G. H. Abel, C or R.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Modern Woodmen of America Globe Camp No. 12019 Meei second
and fourth Thursdays, 7:30 p. m., Miners' Union hall. J. W.
Murphy, consul; E. L. Taylor, camp clerk.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN
Globe Lodge No. 15, A. Oi U. V. Meets at Miners' Union hall first
nd third Thursday each month. W T. Penrose, M. W.; L. II
Marx, Recorded F. L. Gates, Financier. ,
GLOBE LABOR UNION DIRECTORY
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
Branch American Federation of Labor Meets second and fourth
Mondays in Union Labor hall. F. II. Myers, secretary; M. F.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS
Local Union No. 1030 United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners
cf America. Meets each Thursday at Union Labor hall at 7:30
p. m. tolliam Hayes, president; C D. Olds, treasurer; F. W.
Tenbrook, financial secretary.
'Globe Miners' Union No. 60. W. F. M. Meets every Tuesday at 7
p. in. M. H. Page, president; William Wills, secretary; J. R.
Watson, spocial organizer.
Globe Typographical Union. No. 367. Meets first Sunday in each
month at 3 p. m. Harry H. Eads, president; Carl F. Holdswortb,
Store and Office Employees' Union. Meets 4th Wednesday night each
month in Carpenter's hall, at 7:30 p. m. W. T. Wright, presi
dent; T. E. Collins, secretary.
Journeymen Barbers' International Union of America. Meets last
Tuesday :n en'h month at 8:30 p. in., Newport Barber shop. Sol
, Flora, pre;dont; Otto Parduo, secretary.
Bartenders' International League of America, No. 612. Meets first
and third Wednesday in Union Labor hall. H. E. Fox, president;
I E. Boyd, secretary- treasurer.
Bnuneinood of Painters, Decorators and Paper Hangers of America,
No. 217. McetsNflrst and third Friday in tho month at labor
Coi-cil hall. Joseph Freeman, - ident; John '"r'-han, vice
president; V. E. Weller, secretary.
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF STEAM ENGINEERS Globe Lo
cal No. 390 Meets first and third Monday at 7:30 p. m. in
each month at Labor Union hall, North Broad street. James M.
McLean, president; William Ross, secretary.
Order by Phone
Fay at Your Door
340 N. Broad
i --! -f-in.un
445 N. BROAD
Good Meals Best Service
Private Rooms for Ladies
GIN & CO., Props.
SCHLITZ "that made Mil
SCHLITZ 'J that made
all men kin."
We call for SCHLITZ and
who can blame us.
We drink and call for
MOERLEIN BEER on Draught
Cedar Brook Whiskey
Free Lunch Daily from 5 to 8 p.m.
M. B. MONOHAN, Prop.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Ask Central for our Number
Service, Style, Quality
Telephone Black 130
Call for It When Yon Urdar
436 N. Broad
JACK MARTIN, Prop.
Samuel's 30 - Year Stock
Laundry & Towel
Ono Day Work a Specialty
750 N. Broad Phone 461
Dealers Ice & Cold Storage Co.
in Wood Extra
SCHLITZ I Bottle Beers
Keg and Bottle Independent Brew
Beer ing Assn. 's Bottled
Always in Stock
O. I. MUNN, Casino Saloon
N. BROAD ST., GLOBE
C. A. CLAYPOOL, The Jeweler
Expert Watch Maker
A Complete Line of Jewelry
O. R. FEIST
For advertising rates in above directory, apply Silver Bolt Business Office.